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Sunday, August 18, 2013

Dietary phytoestrogen improves relaxant responses to 17-β-estradiol in aged but not ovariectomised rat bladders

 Posted by Chantel Martiromo. research contributed by PubMed
In the study to examine the effect of age, ovariectomy and dietary phytoestrogen ingestion on 17-β-estradiol-mediated relaxant responses and messenger RNA (mRNA) and protein expression of oestrogen receptor subtypes in the rat isolated bladder, posted in PubMed, indicated thatrelatively moderate relaxant responses to 17-β-estradiol were observed in bladders from all age and treatment groups. However, in soy-fed sham 52-week-old rats, the bladder exhibited enhanced relaxant responses to 17-β-estradiol when compared to tissues from other age-matched rat treatment groups (P < 0.05). In bladders from female rats, the mRNA and protein expression of oestrogen receptors β was significantly greater than the expression of the oestrogen receptor α. Oestrogen receptor α mRNA expression declined with age (P < 0.05), whereas oestrogen receptor β expression did not change in any of the treatment groups (P > 0.05). Diet, overiectomy or age did not alter the protein expression of either oestrogen receptor subtype in the bladder (P > 0.05). While a soy diet improved relaxant effects to the 17-β-estradiol with age, it did not alter relaxant responses in bladders from ovariectomised rats.

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